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Zen works of Stonehouse

poems and talks of a fourteenth-century Chinese hermit

by Qinggong

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Published by Mercury House in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Qinggong, 1272-1352 -- Translations into English.

  • Edition Notes

    Chinese and English.

    StatementTranslated by Red Pine.
    GenreTranslations into English.
    ContributionsRed Pine, 1943-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL2694.C57 P56 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 231 p. :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL679090M
    ISBN 10156279101X
    LC Control Number97025577

    Bernard Stonehouse Quotes (Author of The Zen Works of Stonehouse) 1 quote from Bernard Stonehouse: 'I have often had the impression that, to penguins, man is just another penguin -different, less predictable, occasionally violent, but tolerable company when he . The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Sogyal, Rinpoche. Zen Arts. Haiku Blyth,R.H. Zen in English Literature Blyth,R.H. The Narrow Road to the Deep North Matsuo Basho. The Zen Works of Stonehouse (Poems and Talks of a 14 th cent. Chinese hermit) Pine, Red trans.

    The reason is that poems need room on the dance floor. I wasn't able to do that when I combined all three of Stonehouse's surviving texts in The Zen Works of Stonehouse, where as many as seven poems appeared on a page. But I'm fortunate to have found a publisher willing to indulge me. Shiwu (石屋, Wade–Giles: Shih-Wu) or Stonehouse (–) was a Chinese Chan poet and hermit who lived during the Yuan was born in the town of his name from the Shihwutung (Stonehouse cave) in Shiwu became a novice at Yushan's Hsingfu temple, a major monastic center at the studied under master Yung-Wei and three years later was.

    Get this from a library! The Zen works of Stonehouse: poems and talks of a fourteenth-century Chinese hermit. [Qinggong; Red Pine]. "The Mountain Poems of Stonehouse [is] a tough-spirited book of enlightened free verse."—Kyoto Journal. The Zen master and mountain hermit Stonehouse—considered one of the greatest Chinese Buddhist poets—used poetry as his medium of s:


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With Red Pine’s personal discovery in of the site of Stonehouse’s former hut, this edition provides rare firsthand understanding of the spiritual and physical realm of Stonehouse’s era. The Zen Works of Stonehouse is one of the classic texts of Zen, essential for anyone interested in 5/5(9).

Stonehouse has been called "the greatest of all Zen monks who made poetry their medium of instruction." Until now his works have rarely been available in English. Now all of the hermit monk's poetry, including the major poetic works, "Mountain Poems" and "Gathas," as well as his most illuminating instructional talks, can be read in Pine's superb translations/5(11).

Stonehouse has been called 'the greatest of all Zen monks who made poetry their medium of instruction'. Until now his works have rarely been available in English/5. Bernard Stonehouse’s most popular book is The Zen Works of Stonehouse: Poems and Talks of Bernard Stonehouse has 72 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Home. I published translations of both collections in The Zen Works of Stonehouse over twenty years ago, but that book has long been out of print. I've since released the MOUNTAIN POEMS of STONEHOUSE (Copper Canyon Press, ) as a separate volume, and I'm glad to be doing the same now with his STONEHOUSE'S POEMS FOR ZEN MONKS (Empty Bowl, ).Brand: Stonehouse.

Bernard Stonehouse is the author of The Zen Works of Stonehouse ( avg rating, 70 ratings, 8 reviews, published ), The Truth about Animal Builders /5. With Red Pine's personal discovery in of the site of Stonehouse's former hut, this edition provides rare firsthand understanding of the spiritual and physical realm of Stonehouse's era.

The Zen Works of Stonehouse is one of the classic texts of Zen, essential for anyone interested in Zen. In number 68 of his Zen Talks, Stonehouse refers to Pinghu’a Fuytsan Temple as Lake Temple. Here, however, the reference must be to Huchou’s Wanshou Temple on Tao-changshan, where Storehouse lived for a time with his teacher, Chi-an.

The last line recalls choangtzU: “Though he has a body, he doesn’t harm his mind” (6. 1 a). I published translations of both collections in The Zen Works of Stonehouse over twenty years ago, but that book has long been out of print. I've since released the MOUNTAIN POEMS of STONEHOUSE (Copper Canyon Press, ) as a separate volume, and I'm glad to be doing the same now with his STONEHOUSE'S POEMS FOR ZEN MONKS (Empty Bowl, ).

There are many books on the teachings of various Zen Masters. Hakuin is definitely one of the most famous Zen Masters ever. Besides Lin Chi (translated from Burton Watson), Hakuin is my favourite. THE ZEN WORKS OF STONEHOUSE: POEMS AND TALKS OF A FOURTEENTH-CENTURY CHINESE HERMIT by Hermit StoneHouse; Red Pine (translator).

Stonehouse has been called "the greatest of all Zen monks who made poetry their medium of instruction." Until now his works have rarely been available in English. Now all of the hermit monk's poetry, including the major poetic works, "Mountain Poems" and "Gathas," as well as his most illuminating instructional talks, can be read in Pine's superb translations.

"The Mountain Poems of Stonehouse [is] a tough-spirited book of enlightened free verse."—Kyoto Journal. The Zen master and mountain hermit Stonehouse—considered one of the greatest Chinese Buddhist poets—used poetry as his medium of instruction.

Around the same time, his disciple Chih-jou put together a second volume. These were poems Stonehouse wrote for visitors, mostly Zen monks seeking instruction.

I published translations of both collections in The Zen Works of Stonehouse. Buy Zen Works of Stonehouse, The by Red Pine (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(9).

It occurs to me that the first section of The Zen Works of Stonehouse as translated by Red Pine could aptly be named “Poems for Retirement” instead of “Mountain Poems.”Perhaps that’s merely because the poems were compiled after he retreated to his mountain home at the age of The Zen Works of Stonehouse by Red Pine,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(70).

I published translations of both collections in The Zen Works of Stonehouse over twenty years ago, but that book has long been out of print. I've since released the MOUNTAIN POEMS of STONEHOUSE (Copper Canyon Press, ) as a separate volume, and I'm glad to be doing the same now with his STONEHOUSE'S POEMS FOR ZEN MONKS (Empty Bowl, ).

This is not a review, just wanted you to know that the Editorial Review listed for this book "The Zen Works of Stonehouse: Poems and Talks of a Fourteenth-Century Chinese Hermit", is for a completely different book thought you'd want to know & couldn't find any other way to tell you/5.

Winner of the Washington State Book Award in Poetry Translation "The Mountain Poems of Stonehouse is] a tough-spirited book of enlightened free verse."--Kyoto Journal. The Zen master and mountain hermit Stonehouse--considered one of the greatest Chinese Buddhist poets--used poetry as his medium of instruction.

The Chinese Zen monk and poet Stonehouse wrote of his hermit hut and daily life in Mountain Poems. Poems by Shiwu (Stonehouse) Books - Links Shiwu, whose name translates as "Stonehouse," was a Chan (Zen) monk, hermit, and poet in China during the Yuan Dynasty.

Unlike several other Buddhist poets of the era, Shiwu was a formal monk, well-educated in Buddhist dharma, meditation, and .Stonehouse was a fourteenth century Zen master who wrote his poems late in life while living alone in a Chinese mountain hut.

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